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Meat Breeds (specialty birds)- Berg's Hatchery
Brown Egg Layers (chickens)- Berg's Hatchery
Chickens (specialty breeds) - Berg's Hatchery
Pearl Guinea Fowl - Berg's Hatchery
Turkeys - Berg's Hatchery
Regular Waterfowl - Berg's Hatchery
Specialty Waterfowl - Berg's Hatchery


Brown Egg Layers (chickens) - Frey's Hatchery
White egg layers - Frey's Hatchery
Meat breeds - Frey's Hatchery
Turkeys - Frey's Hatchery
Waterfowl - Frey's Hatchery
Pheasants - Frey's Hatchery


No orders will be sent out till a $25 deposit is made. Any date changes, quantity changes or cancellations will forfeit deposit.

It is very rewarding to collect eggs from your own chickens. You will be amazed about the size of your eggs and their taste. Welsh Harlequin Ducks enjoying a swimWhether you are looking for some extra income, or just like some additions to your barn yard that your children can help raise; we offer affordable, high quality chicks.

And of course it will be a one-stop-shopping experience since we carry a full line of feeds and accessories like heat lamps and waterers.
Our chick season runs from April to September, so have a look at the chicks we offer this season, Check the delivery dates and make sure to send in your order as soon as possible! Click here for a printable order form which you can fax or mail or E-mail us. Or submit your order on-line through our NEW chick order form.

We do not ship day old chicks;
they must be picked up at Thunder Bay Feeds

Do you need some information on how to take care of your chicks? Read our Poultry Management Guide to learn more about the best feed, water, lights, temperature and surroundings for your chicks.


Berg's Hatchery

*$25 Deposit required on all orders. Any date changes, quantity changes or cancellations will forfeit deposit.


Meat Breeds (chickens) - Berg's Hatchery

Cornish Cross Giant Broilers       
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Cornish Cross Giants The Cornish hen or Cornish chicken originated in Cornwall, England, but gained prominence only after it was established in the United States. Its body shape is quite different from that of other chickens. Both males and females have short legs and broad muscular breasts.
Cornish Cross Giants are fast growing and great for roasters and fryers. Ready to butcher in 11-14 weeks and can reach a mature weight of 5-10 lbs dressed.


Quantity Mixed Pullets Cockerels
100+ $1.99 $2.46 $1.89
75 - 99 $2.11 $2.58 $2.01
50 - 74 $2.17 $2.64 $2.07
25 - 49 $2.34 $2.81 $2.24
10 - 24 $2.62 $3.09 $2.52
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Grazers       
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GrazerGrazers are a natural choice for “slower growing colour chickens”. These broilers are adaptable to different types of diet and have an advantage in feed efficiency. They are bred for robust health and wellbeing, which enables them to exhibit excellent livability. Carcass quality is good conformation and high uniformity.

Quantity Mixed
100+ $3.06
75 - 99 $3.16
50 - 74 $3.26
25 - 49 $3.51
10 - 24 $3.81
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Brown Egg Layers (chickens)- Berg's Hatchery


Brown Layers
A calm brown egg layer with a high rate of lay. Pullets are red and cockerels are white with some colouring. Males are an alternative for meat type birds although smaller than the Cornish. These birds are very hardy for our winter climate.
Quantity Pullets Mixed Cox
100+ $2.89 $2.27
$1.51
75 - 99 $2.94 $2.37
$1.56
50 - 74 $3.04 $2.47
$1.66
25 - 49 $3.22 $2.65
$1.84
10 - 24 $3.59 $3.02
$2.21

Beak Trimming on Layers $.15/chick
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Columbian Rock x Red
Columbian Rock x Red ChickColumbian Rock x RedThis proven crossbreed bears the distinction of being one of the hardiest breeds to be found. These birds have a beautiful color pattern. They are a good producer of quality brown eggs, a very quiet and docile bird in the laying pen, and good for the yard. Heavier than hybrids, live weight will be approximately 4 lbs. at 19 weeks and close to 6 lbs. at end of lay for females. Males are approximately 1½ lbs. heavier. Sexing accuracy guaranteed at 90%.

Quantity Pullets Mixed Cox
100+ $3.13 $2.43
$1.67
75 - 99 $3.18 $2.53
$1.72
50 - 74 $3.28 $2.63
$1.82
25 - 49 $3.45 $2.71
$2.00
10 - 24 $3.73 $3.08
$2.27

Beak Trimming on Layers $.15/chick
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Chickens (specialty breeds) - Berg's Hatchery
Please place orders as soon as possible, as some breeds have limited quantities available. Available May 30 only

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Buff Orpingtons 
This "Big Gentle bird" has rich golden buff plumage. These birds are excellent mothers and have a quiet disposition. This good dual purpose brown egg layer is very cold hardy. Because they are docile and easily handled, they are sometimes bullied by other breeds.
$6.60 / chick

Minimum order of 10, mixed only.
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Assorted Bantams
These birds are a variety package. We have a number of breeds that are available. Sorry no choosing and they come unsexed only. The following pictures are only a sample of the breeds that may be in the package. The purpose of this package is to give customers a good variety of fancy chickens without having to purchase a lot of birds.

Bantam
Black Tailed White Japanese Bantam
Bantam
Buff Silkie Bantam
Bantam
Frizzle Bantam
Bantam
Old English Game
Bantam
White Cochin Bantam
Bantam
White Silkie Bantam
$7.80 ea

Minimum order of 10, mixed only.
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Ameraucanas
Also known at the "Easter Egg Chicken" this is a very popular bird for all those who love a great looking bird and a little fun when your cooking. The egg colours can be a variety of many shades such as green, blue, pink, white, brown or a blend of all of these colours. The feathers on this bird are also a mix of colours with white, brown, red and black feathers. Most birds have muffs covering their ears (tuffs or feathers). These birds a have a good rate of lay and mature at about 6 lbs.
$6.55 ea

Minimum order of 10, mixed only.
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Golden Laced Wyandotte rooster
Golden Laced Wyandotte rooster
Silver laced Wyandotte hen
Silver Laced Wyandotte hen
Silver and Gold Wyandottes
Golden Laced Wyandottes, which originated in Wisconsin are known as a docile, good producer of brown eggs. They are a hardy, active, medium weight, dual-purpose variety that is used for production of both meat and eggs. The chicks do not grow as fast as some of the other dual-purpose breeds and therefore, are a poor choice for producing broiler meat. Their unusual, attractive plumage color pattern and docile nature are characteristics that are making this variety more popular each year. Standard weights at maturity are males-8 1/2 lbs. and hens-6 1/2 lbs

Silver Laced Wyandottes, which are the most popular Wyandotte variety, are the original variety of the Wyandotte breed. The general appearance of Wyandottes is a short, deep, wide-bodied bird. Their close fitting, rose comb is an advantage in cold climates where single combs sometimes freeze. The unusual, striking color pattern and docile nature are characteristics that make them a popular variety. They are a very good layer of brown eggs. Standard weights at maturity are males-8 1/2 lbs. and hens-6 1/2 lbs.
$6.30 ea

Minimum order of 10, mixed only.
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Barred Plymouth Rocks
Barred Plymouth Rock Chick Barred Plymouth Rock
Barred Plymouth Rocks are one of America's oldest and most popular breeds. All of their plumage is black and white barred which is the result of the barred gene. They are an excellent dual purpose breed, known for their efficient production of large brown eggs. Standard weights at maturity are males-9 1/2 lbs. and hens-6 lbs.
$6.10 / chick

Minimum order of 10, mixed only.
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Black Australorps

These birds are one of the most popular producers of large brown eggs and they are known for persistency of lay even in hot weather. The green sheen of this solid black plumage bird presents a truly beautiful sight, particularly when the sun is reflecting off the plumage.
$6.10 / chick

Minimum order of 10, mixed only.
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Pearl Guinea Fowl
Pearl Guinea FowlGuineas originate in Africa and are excellent foragers. After starting they grow and thrive on bugs (they love ticks), insects and weed seeds. Guineas are also great watchdogs as they call out at the approach of any strangers. Their meat is all dark and highly prized by many restaurants. All of our Pearl Guinea eggs are from breeding stock imported from Grimaud Freres of France and have been bred for excellent growth rate and feed conversion. As this strain has been bred for meat production, not all birds feather out with the pearl coloration. Some are lighter and some are darker. Game bird or turkey feed should be used for the rearing of guineas.
$11.55 ea

Available June 6 only
Minimum order of 10, mixed only.
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Turkeys - Berg's Hatchery  Pictures courtesy of Berg's Hatchery

Large White White turkey
Heavy white turkeys are the most popular for raising. They are easy to dress because of their white feathers. These birds can reach weights up to 45 lbs.; this means a lot of profit for the amount of input. We sell the Nicholas Heavy Turkey from some of the best breeding stock in Western Canada.

Tip: Proper temperatures are critical for turkeys. Have a look at our Poultry Management Guide to learn more.

  10* - 50
Mixed
$5.90
Hens
$6.00
*Minimum order is 10, no exceptions.
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Orlopp Bronze
Orlopp BronzeA premium, broad-breasted turkey, the Orlopp Bronze is the product of choice for the most discerning tastes and the grandest occasions. Excellent conformation, high meat quality, natural fat layering and beautiful bronze feathering is delivered with very competitive feed conversion rates and industry-leading health status. Orlopp Bronze has been the standard of excellence for the traditional, whole bird marketplace for over 75 years. Today, that proud tradition is reinforced and preserved by Hybrid Turkeys—the established, world leader in breeding, flock health and premium genetics.
Tip: Proper temperatures are critical for turkeys. Have a look at our Poultry Management Guide to learn more.

  10* - 50
Mixed
$10.40
*Minimum order is 10, no exceptions. Mixed Only.
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Artisan Gold
Artisan Gold is a rare breed that is slow growing and smaller in size. At 18 weeks, toms are around 18lbs and hens are 11 lbs. This black feathered turkey has a unique taste and texture. The breast is smaller and flatter but the legs are bigger and darker. The moist dense meat is a gamey taste that is different from the traditional turkeys.
Tip: Proper temperatures are critical for turkeys. Have a look at our Poultry Management Guide to learn more.

  10* - 50
Mixed
$10.90
*Minimum order is 10, no exceptions. Mixed Only.
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Regular Waterfowl - Berg's Hatchery

White Danish Geese
Danish Geese BabiesWhite Danish Geese
This goose is ideal for meat production due to its large size and rapid growth. The white Danish goose can reach weights up 25 lbs. live at maturity. Its white feathers make it more eye appealing when dressed, and the feathers are great for pillows.
They are great watch dogs, easy keepers and are awesome looking on any farm yard.


$8.90 ea


Minimum order for waterfowl is 4 birds. You can combine ducks and geese for a total of 4. Mixed only.
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Pekin Duck
Pekin Duckling Pekin duck

By far the most popular duck for meat producer, these ducks are fast growing with a good feed conversion.

$6.80 ea

Minimum order for waterfowl is 4 birds. You can combine ducks and geese for a total of 4. Mixed only.
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Specialty Waterfowl - Berg's Hatchery

Rouen Ducks

Rouen Male Rouen female
Rouen baby
Originating from France, Rouen Ducks are remarkable similar looking to the more popular Mallard. One significant difference however is that the Rouen is said to have the most flavourful meat.

As layers they are moderate, often producing eggs that are greenish in color.



$10.50 ea



Minimum order for waterfowl is 4 birds. You can combine ducks and geese for total of 4. Mixed only.
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Blue Swedish Ducks
Blue Swedish Baby Blue Swedish Adult
A very elegant bird that is similar in size to the Rouen Duck. The oddity of these birds is that only 50% hatch in the blue-grey, 25% hatch as silver ducklings and 25% hatch as black-white by crossing the silver with the black and white you obtain 100% blue-grey ducks. This bird is very hardy and calm. A great addition to your back yard flock.


$15.95 ea
Minimum order for waterfowl is 4 birds. You can combine ducks and geese for total of 4. Mixed only.
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Khaki Campbell Ducks
Khaki Campbell Female Khaki Campbell male

One of the more famous and popular duck breeds due to its excellent egg production. It was introduced in 1901 by Mrs. Adele Campbell of Gloucestershire, England. Khaki Campbell BabyShe experimented with Runners crossed with Rouen and Mallards but never revealed the exact genetic makeup of her Campbells. The advantage over the pure Runner was a more useful carcass for meat and improved egg production. Though they have been turned into an exhibition type breed, she was adamant that her birds were designed for production, not the exhibition hall.

Initially they were a fairly mixed color breed but later an emphasis was placed on the current khaki color. It is interesting that at the same time the khaki color was being bred into the Campbell, there was a patriotic fervor for the British troops fighting the Boer War who also wore the khaki color. Once the "Khaki" was attached to "Campbell", the breed gained even more popularity. The Khaki Campbell gained even more renown due to the egg laying contests where it averaged up to 39 more eggs laid than the second best breed. One Khaki Campbell laid 346 eggs in 365 days while another laid one egg a day for 225 straight days.


$14.50 ea
Minimum order for waterfowl is 4 birds. You can combine ducks and geese for total of 4. Mixed only.
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Assorted Indian Runners
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The unique aspect of Runner ducks is their slender, upright stance. This enables them to move around much more quickly than most other breeds of ducks. Because of their speed and herding instinct, Runners are often used for training sheep dogs. They originally came from Southeast Asia. Many different colors of Runners have been developed, including the fawn and white, the Black, Blue and Chocolate.

$15.95 ea
Minimum order for waterfowl is 4 birds. You can combine ducks and geese for total of 4. Mixed only.
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Toulouse Geese
Toulouse Baby Toulouse Adult
Many people first think of Toulouse when geese are mentioned. They are fairly common, lay a good number of fertile eggs and are a sturdy, durable breed. They are one of the best breeds at hatching and raising their own young. This breed of goose was developed in France where the city of Toulouse is the region's center. They were first exported to England in the 1840's and America in the early 1850's. Though they fatten up well if you want a good roasted goose, their darker pin feathers do not produce as attractive a carcass as a white goose. The advantage of the darker feathers is the adult birds appear neater and cleaner than a white goose if it is muddy or late in the season.

$36.20 ea
Minimum order for waterfowl is 4 birds. You can combine ducks and geese for total of 4. Mixed only.
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Brown Chinese Geese
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These are the smallest of the common domestic geese and are often referred to as Swan Geese because of their carriage, grace and ancestry.

$35.25 ea
Minimum order for waterfowl is 4 birds. You can combine ducks and geese for total of 4. Mixed only.
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Tufted Buff Geese
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The Tufted Buff geese originated from the American Buff geese. Their unique characteristic is a tuft of feathers on the top of their head much like the Tufted Roman goose. It is a breed developed in the United States.

$39.45 ea
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FREY'S HATCHERY

*$25 Deposit required on all orders. Any date changes, quantity changes, order cancellations will forfeit deposit.

Brown egg layers - Frey's Hatchery

Rhode Island Red
Rhode Island Red Chick Rhode Island Red Adult
The Rhode Island Red is used in most crossbred varieties available today. Its bloodlines flow in most brown egg breeds throughout the world. It is a good producer of large brown eggs, yet quiet and easy to handle. Both male and female are dark red in colour, and at end of lay the hens weigh approximately 5 lbs.

Barred Plymouth Rock
Barred Plymouth Rock Chick Barred Plymouth Rock

This veteran of all the brown egg breeds is still available in quantities. For many years, they were almost extinct, as many poultrymen were carried away with the new crossbreeds. Every superior breed will prove its worth in the end, and these have made a comeback mainly because of their good meat qualities, combined with good brown egg production. People in the fly-tying business say that the Barred Plymouth Rock cockerels carry the best "cape feathers" for that type of use. Both pullets and cockerels are grey barred in colour, with the pullet being a bit darker. Pullets will weigh 5 to 6 lbs. at end of lay.


Prices for Rhode Island Red and Barred Plymouth Rock:*
Quantity Pullets Mixed Cockerels
5-19 $3.65 $2.95
$2.65
20-49 $3.15 $2.45
$2.15
50-99 $2.65 $1.95
$1.65
100 and over $2.40 $1.70
$1.40


Beak trimming is $0.12 per chick.
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Columbian Rock X Red Columbian Rock X Red (white)      
Columbian Rock ChickThis proven crossbreed has been with us for over 40 years, and today bears the distinction of being one of the hardiest breeds to be found. These birds have a beautiful colour pattern – basic white with black lacing on their necks, and black-trimmed wing tips and tails. End-of-lay body weight is 6 lbs. for pullets. The pullets are an exceptionally quiet bird in the laying pen.



Red X Columbian Rock
Redx baby Rx Adult
This bird is a very hardy dual-purpose breed and its excellent performance has won wide approval for small flocks over the last 30 years. The pullets are reddish-brown in colour, very quiet and easy to handle, and have a body weight of close to 6 lbs. at end of lay. The eggs are rich brown in colour, with good shell texture and interior quality. Males grow up white with some black markings.



New Hampshire x Barred RockNew Hampshire X Barred Rock
This cross produces a very hardy chick, as it springs from two of the oldest common breeds, which nick together exceptionally well. These are unusually quiet birds, and very attractive.New Hampshire x Barred Rock Pullets have a beautiful red comb on a jet-black body, laced with brown on the neck and breast. They lay a good-sized brown-shelled egg and reach 6 lbs. at end of lay. Males are a dark barred colour.


Prices for Columbian Rock X Red (white), Red X Columbian Rock and New Hampshire X Barred Rock:

Quantity Pullets Mixed Cockerels
5-19 $3.40 $2.60
$2.40
20-49 $2.90 $2.10
$1.90
50-99 $2.40 $1.60
$1.40
100 and over $2.15 $1.35
$1.15
Beak trimming is $0.12 per chick.
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Red Sex-Link

Red Sex link chick Red sex link chicken
Red sex link rooster

This top producer is doing well all over the world. Test results from Europe and Canada show that it equals most other brown hybrids. Body weight at 18 weeks is about 3 1/2 lbs., and after one year of laying about 4 1/2 to 5 lbs. Egg production at 72 weeks of age can be 305 to 315 eggs.
Pullets are reddish-brown in colour with white under feathers. Males are white with a few red markings on the feathers.



Black Sex-Link
This specially developed layer is one of the top egg producers of large brown eggs. The Black Sex-Link is known and used worldwide, and performs well in all types of conditions. Its extensive breeding background shows up in the large and jumbo eggs. The pullets are jet black with a bit of red tinge on the neck and breast. They grow to about 5 lbs. at end of lay. The males are a dark barred colour, similar to Barred Rocks. The black colour tends to absorb light, so we recommend brighter or more intense lighting for top egg production.
Black Sex Link ChickBlack Sex Link


Prices for Shaver Red Sex-Link and Black Sex-Link:
Quantity Pullets Mixed Cockerels
5-19 $3.40 $2.60
$2.40
20-49 $2.90 $2.10
$1.90
50-99 $2.40 $1.60
$1.40
100 and over $2.15 $1.35
$1.15

Beak trimming is $0.12 per chick.
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Hatch Day Choice
If you want a brown egg layer but aren't fussy about the breed, Hatch Day Choice is for you! You will receive top-quality chicks at a discounted price when you allow us to fill your order with whatever breed(s) we have the most of on your delivery date. Normally you will receive a single breed. This is a win-win deal for everyone!

Prices for Hatch Day Choice:
Quantity Pullets Mixed Cockerels
5-19 $3.00 $2.40
$2.15
20-49 $2.50 $1.90
$1.65
50-99 $2.00 $1.40
$1.15
100 and over $1.75 $1.15
$.90

Beak trimming is $0.12 per chick.
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Hatch Day Choice

Layer Variety
Layer Variety Looking for colour variety in your backyard layer flock? This option will give you an attractive assortment of brown egg layers. You will receive a mix of brown, yellow and black chicks - most likely 3 different breeds. Since several of our brown-egg breeds look very similar, this is a more economical option than ordering a few of each breed and paying the top price for each.

Prices for Layer Variety:
Quantity Pullets Mixed Cockerels
5-19 $3.55 $2.85
$2.55
20-49 $3.05 $2.35
$2.05
50-99 $2.55 $1.85
$1.55
100 and over $2.30 $1.60
$1.30

Beak trimming is $0.12 per chick.
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White Egg Layers - Frey's Hatchery

White Egglayer Breed      Picture courtesy of Frey's Hatchery
leghornAvailable for customers who want white eggs, Leghorns will peak at 90%+ production and lay from 275 to 300 eggs over a 12-month period. They will do this with a minimum of feed, and will weigh approximately 4 lbs. at end of lay. Leghorns are more nervous and flighty than brown egg breeds.

Prices for White Egglayerd:
Quantity Pullets Mixed Cockerels
5-19 $3.40 $2.60
$2.40
20-49 $2.90 $2.10
$1.90
50-99 $2.40 $1.60
$1.40
100 and over $2.15 $1.35
$1.15

Beak trimming is $0.12 per chick.
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Meat breeds - Frey's Hatchery

White Rock X Broilers       White RockThese extra heavy meat-type birds are bred for meat only. Their strength is in their efficient conversion of feed into meat. They are basically white in colour, and the pullets can be grown to 8 or 9 lbs., and the cockerels from 10 to 12 lbs. If purchased as non-sexed, the fighting of the cockerels is reduced. Pullets will substitute well for capons. Cornish Game Hens are produced by growing pullets of this breed to 2 lbs. live weight.

Quantity Pullets Mixed Cockerels
5-19 $2.75 $2.75
$2.95
20-49 $2.25 $2.25
$2.45
50-99 $1.75 $1.75
$1.95
100 and over $1.50 $1.50
$1.70

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Frey's Special Dual Purpose      Picture courtesy of Frey's Hatchery
Frey's Special Dual PurposeThis breed is a combination of some of the heaviest dual purpose breeds still in existence. It was developed for those who want a hardy, healthy chicken with firm and flavourful meat. Mortality is very low in this breed, and weak legs and heart attacks are almost unheard of.
The females are a rusty red in colour and are generally quiet. The females will grow to approximately 6 lbs. live weight at about 15 weeks. As females approach maturity (15- 20 weeks), they tend to put on fat, so if larger-size females are desired, we suggest a diet lower in protein and energy. The males are white and may have dark markings on their backs. Males will grow to approximately 8 lbs. live weight at 15 weeks.

Quantity Pullets Mixed Cockerels
5-19 $2.95 $2.70
$2.60
20-49 $2.45 $2.20
$2.10
50-99 $1.95 $1.70
$1.60
100 and over $1.70 $1.45
$1.35

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Turkeys - Frey's Hatchery


Large White Turkeys     See picture on Frey's website
Large white hens will grow to 14 lbs. in 16-18 weeks, and toms to 25 to 30 lbs. in 20-26 weeks.

Turkeys 5-19 20-49 50(max)
White Mixed $6.20
$5.70
$5.20

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Orlopp Bronze Turkeys     See picture on Frey's website
This premium broad breasted turkey has high meat quality, natural fat layering and has beautiful bronze feathering. Feed conversion rates are very competitive. The toms will weigh about 25 lbs around 16 weeks and the hens will be about 15 lbs in 13 weeks.

Turkeys 5-19 20-49 50(max)
Orlopp Bronze $7.85
$7.35
$6.85

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Mini CLASSIC White Turkeys     
Mini CLASSIC have been bred to develop and mature like natural bred turkeys of the past. These birds are harvested a little earlier without sacrificing meat quality. At 16 weeks, they weigh between 16 and 24 lbs.

Turkeys 5-19 20-49 50(max)
Mini CLASSIC White $6.85
$6.35
$5.85

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Artisan Gold Turkeys     See picture on Frey's website
Artisan Gold is a rare breed that is slow growing and smaller in size. At 18 weeks, toms are around 18lbs and hens are 11 lbs. This black feathered turkey has a unique taste and texture. The breast is smaller and flatter but the legs are bigger and darker. The moist dense meat is a gamey taste that is different for the traditional turkeys.
Turkeys 5-19 20-49 50(max)
Artisan Gold Turkeys $8.35
$7.85
$7.35

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Waterfowls - Frey's Hatchery

White Muscovy Ducklings
MuscovyThe South American Incas, so it's said, domesticated these quackless red-carnucled ducks centuries ago. Muscovy duck has been widely renowned for its distinctive flavour, firm flesh, and high yield after cooking - Muscovies have more breast meat, smaller bones, and less fat than other ducks. The drakes weigh about 10lbs and the hens around half the size. For the traditional roasting duck with that fine "ducky" flavour, you need to raise them at least 14 weeks. The feed efficiency will drop as the birds get older and heavier, but the improved meat quality and better dressing percentage will make it worthwhile. These bare red faced ducks are efficient weed eaters but will also love your garden if you let them have the chance.

Waterfowl 5-19 20-49 50-99 100+
White Muscovy Ducks $4.50
$4.00
$3.50
$3.25

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Pheasants - Frey's Hatchery

Pheasants    Picture courtesy of Frey's Hatchery
Pheasant The ringneck pheasant was first introduced to North America from China in 1881. It is perhaps the most well-known game bird in the world. The male has a dark head, distinct white ring around the neck, dark red breast feathers, and varying colourful patterns on the wings, back and tail. The female is a light brown with varied darker patterns on the whole of her body.

Pheasants 10-19 20-49 50-99 100+
Ringneck Pheasants $4.70
$4.20
$3.70
$3.45

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